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Nov 11, 2012 11:00pm EST
with either el naen know or al neen i can't this winter. . >> with second big withest factor is the nal. last year we witnessed a positive phase which kept the jet stream to the west of maryland. this brought in warm temperatures. however, this year, starting to look a little dramatic warming south of greenland is indicating blocking could impact this winter. warming in the water there promotes a negative nal. this type of set up would feature a stormier set up. so here's what the signals now tell me, january will be the coldest month this winter averaging five degrees below normal, a slight warm up in february, however the entire winter as a whole will be colder than normal. december will have a little snow but the most will come in january with a few surprises in february. my projection for this winter, 24.5 24.5 inches total of snow. >> wait a minute. >> i like pathetic, he said last year was pathetic it was a snow drau drought. not 77 ns like 2010, and 2009, but there's indication that the least amount we'll get is 12 inches and the most is 40 so i took middle ground. >> i don't like
Nov 14, 2012 11:00pm EST
and until federal policy changes, opposes the legislation. ele voters approved the recreational use of marijuana. it was already legal in those states with a doctors prescription. sara hopes that might convince governor o'malley. >> i would really like to see the governor open the way for us. that's all. >> a spokeswoman for governor o'malley says the governor is just beginning to form his legislative agenda for next year. it is to send to say whether he might consider any change to the administration's yi1i]bpositio christian schaffer, abc2 news. >> whether it is for medical or recreational use, we can take you back to the 80s when the mayor made national news. he was one of the first to call for decriminalization. "ué9qdrug addiction treated as a public health issue. not a criminal issue. listen to what he told congress back in 1988. >> eliminate criminal penalties for marijuana possession and reallocate resources from efforts to drug abuse or mention programs. >> he thought this p6çwas a da to curb drug addiction and trafficking. all he wanted was a did a -- was dz/ a deb
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